Felipe Baloy is a Panamanian defender. He was born on 24 February 1981 in Panama City, Panama. In 1999 Felipe began playing professionally with his hometown club Euro Kickers. In 2000 the footballer continued his career with another Panamanian side Sporting ’89.
In 2001 Baloy was first called up to the Panama national team where he caught the eye of Envigado scouts. The Panamanian footballer played in the Colombian championship until 2003. After that Felipe Baloy featured for famous Brazilian clubs Grêmio and Atlético Paranaense.
The following stage of the footballer’s career is related to Mexico. Baloy won the national championship together with Monterrey where he played from 2005 to 2009. In 2007 Felipe was farmed out to América. In 2010 the footballer joined Santos Laguna with which he also won the Liga MX.
Since 2001 the defender has featured in more than 70 games for the Panama national team.
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